( We are short of “drones-flying kaki”, looking for “drone kaki”. We only have few persons and if you want to fly drones together during weekends, please send an eMail to: email@example.com , Many Thanks! )
we are small group of drone flyers here:
Tools/Resources used in this video
– Music titles- Little Idea, Cute, Buddy, Dreams
– Video Cutter & Compressor, Win10
– Microsoft Movie maker
– Mavic 2 Zoom, Spark
Information inside this video might not be accurate. Please always check flywhere.sg website, CAAS website, NPB website, and make sure at your destination is without “No-Flying” signs, before flying your drones.
List of scenic drone flying places in Singapore ( and outside any no fly zones )
West Coast Park,
Kallang Riverside Park,
East Coast Park,
We have very few drone flying places in Singapore. The airports’ no-fly-zones took up more than half of the Singapore Island. And for remaining half of the land area, half of it as no-fly-zones for industrial/military/nature-reserves reasons. So you left with may be about 25% of land area where drones allowed but most of these area are dense residential area not suitable for drone flying.
For recreational purpose, checks needed to ensure you are not violating any no-fly-zones or drone laws in Singapore.
1) In general, max altitude of 60m, Register your drone with CAAS if it is more than 250g weight, Pilot has to be at least 16 year old. Max drone weight less than 7kg
2) Check and make sure your flying location is not inside any CAAS no-fly-zones
(it seems like they have removed the old map there)
3) Check and make sure there is no shutdown of some air-space by CAAS during that date you are flying your drone. CAAS normally shutdown the air space during and around Singapore National Day/rehearsal, Formula 1/rehearsal, airshow/conference events at Marina Bay and other air events.
4) Check with National-Park-Board’s website that flying drone at that park is allowed.
5) All-In-One websites ( OneMap, Flywhere, garuda.io )
These websites provide more detail boundaries of no-fly-zone. Official government website OneMap is still not that ready as on 31 Dec 2019.
Important: Drones Law offenders will face fines of up to S$50,000 – S$100,000
General Guideline for safe and responsible drone flying in Singapore, by CAAS
Disclaimer: This is just some general guideline. The information provided here might not be accurate or might not be up to date. I’m just an individual person flying drone for recreational purpose.